Rheumatoid arthritis is curable in Ayurveda. In Ayurveda RA is called amavata. According to Ayurveda, amavata is caused due to dietary routines like eating incompatible foods (ex. Milk with any salty food, fruits with milk), exercising soon after a heavy meal. Many people eat such incompatible combinations because they think these combinations are healthy.
But these habits cause an increase in the undigested and toxic matter (Ama) in the body which then combines with vitiated vata, now the vata carries the ama to all parts of the body, this pile-up of ama and vitiated Vata causes the above symptoms in joints and other parts of the body too.
The first step taken in treating RA is to reduce existing ama and prevent further production of ama by treating agnimandya, because the main cause for ama is agnimandya. Next, we treat disease, by doing shodhan(panchakarma) and oral medication. A strict diet and exercise regime has to be followed during and after the treatment to lead a healthy life.
The first step taken in treating RA is to reduce existing ama and prevent further production of ama by treating agnimandya, because the main cause for ama is agnimandya. Next we treat disease, by doing shodhan(panchakarma) and oral medication. A strict diet and exercise regime has to be followed during and after the treatment to lead a healthy life.
The Quiz here is will assist you to choose the right Ayurvedic medicines for cure of Rheumatoid arthritis. The main aim of these questions is to assist you to select the right medicine so that you can find which medicine will suit you the best.
Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is a chronic autoimmune inflammatory disorder that can affect more than just your joints. In some cases, the condition can damage a wide variety of body systems, including the skin, eyes, lungs, heart and blood vessels. One can get RA at any age and any gender but usually observed in middle age and in women.
In RA, your immune system mistakenly sends antibodies to the lining of your joints, where they attack the tissue surrounding the joint which causes them to become sore and inflamed, releasing chemicals that damage nearby: bones, cartilage, tendons, ligaments.
Signs and symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis may include:
The cause that triggers the immune system is not known but few factors may be attributed to RA.
Genes - While your genes don't actually cause rheumatoid arthritis, they can make you more likely to react to environmental factors — such as infection with certain viruses and bacteria — that may trigger the disease.
Hormones and even smoking.